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Game facts: Cowboys at Browns

Running at will:  The Cowboys are the only team in the NFL with 100+ rushing yards in every team game this season. 

Key matchup:  The Cowboys have the NFL's top rushing offense (164.9 rush yards per game), while the Browns have the league's second-worst rushing defense (143.8 rush yards allowed per game).

Owning the clock:  Dallas ranks first in the NFL in time of possession (32 minutes and 42 seconds per game). 

2016 Cowboys = 2014 Cowboys?:  Through seven games, the 2016 Cowboys are almost identical to the 2014 Cowboys. They have the same record (6-1), score 1.1 fewer points per game than the 2014 team, and average 7.8 more total yards per game.  

Dominant defense:  The Cowboys are one of three teams to allow 23 points or fewer in every game this season (Vikings and Broncos are the other teams to do so). 

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